Science Fiction Yearbook
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The Science Fiction Yearbook was a fanzine edited by James V. Taurasi, Sr., Ray Van Houten, and Frank R. Prieto, Jr., the editors of Science Fiction Times, as from Fandom House. It was published in Paterson, New Jersey.
|1957||Included the articles: "Science Fiction: 1956" by James V. Taurasi, Sr. and Ray Van Houten, "Annual Report: 1956" by Frank Prieto, Jr., "1956 in Science Fiction" by Thomas S. Gardner, "Science Fiction Marquee" by Forrest J Ackerman, "1956 in Books" by Stephen J. Takacs, "Science Fiction Market Survey" by Sam Moskowitz, As of Now" by J. Harry Vincent.|
|1958 Edition||1958||52||8½" x 11", mimeoed and titled "1958 Edition -- Volume Two". Contents: Cover by Ed Emshwiller, "Editorial" by The Editors, "Science Fiction: 1957" by James V. Taurasi, Sr. and Ray Van Houten, "1957 in Books" by Stephen J. Takacs, "1957 in Science Fiction" by Thomas S. Gardner, "Annual Report: 1957" by Frank R. Prieto, Jr., "The Transatlantic Fund" by Robert A. Madle, "History of the FAPA: 1957" by Daniel McPhail, "Slick Science Fiction" by Donald E. Ford, "Adoption of the Term 'Science Fiction' " by Sam Moskowitz, "The Londoncon Report" by John Victor Peterson.|
- Science Fiction Yearbook online at fanac.org
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